The Crown Fountain, Millenium Park, Chicago, by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa (b.1955). Two 50 ft. glass towers at each end of a shallow reflecting pool. Plensa took pictures of the faces of 1,000 Chicago residents, and their faces are displayed onto the LED screens. There is a water outlet giving the illusion that these faces are spitting out water. via responsive arts
"Treaseure Island" in 2005 by Vladimir Kush (Moscow, 1965). Surrealist painter and sculptor. His oil paintings are also sold as giclée prints which contributed to his popularity. Kush himself refers to it as "metaphorical realism" and cites the early influence on his style of Salvador Dalí's surrealist paintings as well as landscapes by the German romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich.